Full range. Right selection.Optimum system performanceDanfoss control components for district heating                     ...
District heating networkDanfoss District Energy Division   Date   |2
District Heating System consists of :                                   District heating utility                          ...
Every day challenges in district energy systemsEvery district heating system needs to perform with optimum efficiencywhile...
Application challengescall for the right components Danfoss District Energy Division   Date   |5
Make your applications perform better  by having the right components for:Weather compensation                            ...
Expand your perspective    on district heating componentsElectronic Controllers                  SCADA visualization and  ...
Electronic Controllers                 ECL ComfortDanfoss District Energy Division      Date   |8
Intelligent weather compensation              Ensures system control and high performanceIntelligent weather compensationp...
Benefits              Electronic Controllers for Weather CompensationWith the ECL Comfort controllers,setting up and opera...
ECL Comfort 310              Electronic Controller for Weather CompensationThe ECL Comfort 310 is the advancedelectronic c...
SCADA visualization and     monitoring systemsDanfoss District Energy Division   Date | 12
SCADA visualization and              monitoring systemsIncrease your service levels andreduce costs with 24/7 access andco...
The Danfoss              ECL PortalThe Danfoss ECL Portal is an effectiveturnkey SCADA tool for servicepersonnel of distri...
The Danfoss              Energy Control System (DECS)The Danfoss Energy Control System(DECS) is a web-based, easy-to-useSC...
The Danfoss              OPC ServerThe Danfoss OPC Server is compliantwith most SCADA clients and lets youquickly connect ...
Motorized Control ValvesDanfoss District Energy Division   Date | 17
Precise temperature control brings increased              comfort and system energy savingsThe range of Danfoss motorizedc...
Benefits              Motorized Control ValvesThe MCVs ensure stable and accuratecontrol of water. This in turn improveste...
AME 655              Motorized Control ValveThe electrical actuator AMV(E) 655can be controlled by electroniccontrollers w...
Temperature controllersDanfoss District Energy Division   Date | 21
Precise temperature control ensures              system stability and room comfortDanfoss offers a complete range ofself- ...
Benefits              Temperature controllers     Small and compact sensor design     Pressure-relived valves     Easy ...
IHPT              Temperature controllerState-of the art compensatedtemperature controller with built-indifferential press...
Differential Pressure and       Flow ControllersDanfoss District Energy Division   Date | 25
Differential pressure and flow control provides              hydronic balancing of the DH systemFor use in heating, distri...
Benefits              Differential Pressure and Flow Controllers     Reduces flow and heat loss in the      network     ...
AVQM – self-acting flow controller with              integrated control valvePrimarily for use in district heatingsystems....
JIPTM Ball ValvesDanfoss District Energy Division               Date | 29
Perfect shut-off function ensures easy              system maintenance and on/off regulationBall valves are the components...
Benefits              JIPTM Ball ValvesDanfoss offer a complete range ofsteel ball valves for any type ofheating or distri...
JIPTM              Standard Ball ValvesJIP™ standard ball valves are used foron/off district heating system control.They a...
Plate Heat ExchangersDanfoss District Energy Division   Date | 33
Effective transfer of heat provides              system efficiency and energy savingDanfoss produces the entire range ofbo...
Benefits              Plate Heat ExchangersDanfoss has developed a totally newplate design for its brazed heatexchangers c...
Brazed MPHETM              Plate Heat ExchangersThe XB series is a range of copper-brazed plate heat exchangers for usein ...
Gasketed              Plate heat exchangers XGThe XG is a heat exchanger withgaskets and it has been developed foruse with...
Energy MetersDanfoss District Energy Division                   Date | 38
Monitoring of energy consumption              provides better energy performanceEnergy meters make it easy to keeptrack of...
Benefits              Energy Meters     MID (EN 1434) class 2 approval     Remote reading via M-Bus, L-Bus,      RS 232,...
SonometerTM 1100              Energy MetersThe SONOMETER™1100 is anultrasonic static compact energymeter especially design...
Component combinationsDanfoss District Energy Division   Date | 42
Find the matching component combinationfor your application solutionWe cover all application areas, from a single family h...
Single family house system                                                           LIGHT                                ...
Residential/commercial building system                                                           LIGHT                    ...
Central/Distribution station system                                                          LIGHT                        ...
Danfoss as a supplier            of your components             for district heatingDanfoss District Energy Division    Da...
Danfoss as a supplier of yourcomponents for district heatingWhen it comes to district heating,nobody does it better than D...
One supplier– multiple benefitsWe put all our experience, knowledgeand research into every componentthat leaves our produc...
The results are clear:                                   OneDanfoss provides:     Industry leading products     Industry...
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  1. 1. Full range. Right selection.Optimum system performanceDanfoss control components for district heating 5+ millions installations worldwide To date, Danfoss control components are operating inside more than 5 mill. heating systems and contributing to optimizing energy efficiency. districtenergy.danfoss.comDanfoss District Energy Division Date |1
  2. 2. District heating networkDanfoss District Energy Division Date |2
  3. 3. District Heating System consists of : District heating utility Distribution station Commercial & residential buildings One family houseDanfoss District Energy Division Date |3
  4. 4. Every day challenges in district energy systemsEvery district heating system needs to perform with optimum efficiencywhile providing the best possible environment and comfort for the end-user.Typical control functions of a district heating system include: Weather compensation and system monitoring Temperature and control performance Hydronic balancing of the system On/off system control Heat transfer Metering of energy consumptionDanfoss District Energy Division Date |4
  5. 5. Application challengescall for the right components Danfoss District Energy Division Date |5
  6. 6. Make your applications perform better by having the right components for:Weather compensation Metering of energyand system monitoring consumption Temperature and Heat transfer control performance Hydronic balancing On/off system control of the system Danfoss District Energy Division Date |6
  7. 7. Expand your perspective on district heating componentsElectronic Controllers SCADA visualization and Motorized Temperature ECL Comfort monitoring systems Control Valves ControllersDifferential Pressure JIPTM Plate Energyand Flow Controllers Ball Valves Heat Exchangers Meters Danfoss District Energy Division Date |7
  8. 8. Electronic Controllers ECL ComfortDanfoss District Energy Division Date |8
  9. 9. Intelligent weather compensation Ensures system control and high performanceIntelligent weather compensationperformed by a correctlycommissioned electronic controlleroptimizes the energy efficiency of adistrict heating system by reducingthe return temperature. This createsenergy savings of around 10-15%and longer system life. Electronic temperature controllers ECL application keys Temperature sensorsDanfoss District Energy Division Date |9
  10. 10. Benefits Electronic Controllers for Weather CompensationWith the ECL Comfort controllers,setting up and operating the heatinginstallation has never been easier ormore straightforward.Adding more performance thanyou would expect: Save on installation and commissioning time Reduce unplanned maintenance Benefit from a shorter learning curve Reduce energy consumptionDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 10
  11. 11. ECL Comfort 310 Electronic Controller for Weather CompensationThe ECL Comfort 310 is the advancedelectronic controller for weathercompensation in district heating,central heating and cooling systems.The ECL Comfort 310 offers state-of-the-art options for communicationinterfaces, like Modbus, M-Bus,Internet and USB for servicepurposes.Danfoss District Energy Division Date | 11
  12. 12. SCADA visualization and monitoring systemsDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 12
  13. 13. SCADA visualization and monitoring systemsIncrease your service levels andreduce costs with 24/7 access andcontrol and get a complete overviewof energy consumption data,temperatures and flow.The ECL Portal allows you to: Increase long-term system performance Gain a higher level of awareness and transparency of the energy consumption Improve service level and reduce response time to alarms Do troubleshooting without having to visit the heating systemDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 13
  14. 14. The Danfoss ECL PortalThe Danfoss ECL Portal is an effectiveturnkey SCADA tool for servicepersonnel of district energy stationsto streamline service, commissioning,maintenance and control tasks.This web-based SCADA solutionrequires no local server and willautomatically configure its userinterface and functionality to supportthe application in the controller.With the ECL Portal, you can monitorand control one or more ECL Comfort310 controllers remotely from a PC orsmartphone app.Danfoss District Energy Division Date | 14
  15. 15. The Danfoss Energy Control System (DECS)The Danfoss Energy Control System(DECS) is a web-based, easy-to-useSCADA solution ready for biomassheating systems.This SCADA solution can be installedlocally at the heating utility and willautomatically configure its userinterface and functionality to supportthe application in the controller.Our ECL Comfort 310 and APEX 20controllers can be monitored andcontrolled remotely using thissolution.Danfoss District Energy Division Date | 15
  16. 16. The Danfoss OPC ServerThe Danfoss OPC Server is compliantwith most SCADA clients and lets youquickly connect and configure theECL controller as a device in a SCADAsystem.The OPC Server supports standardModbus communication protocols viaRS485 and/or Ethernet, as well asspecial read/write algorithms toincrease throughput to/from the ECLComfort 310 controller.The OPC Server package alsoincludes a Configurator utility thatsignificantly eases the configurationof the OPC Server.Danfoss District Energy Division Date | 16
  17. 17. Motorized Control ValvesDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 17
  18. 18. Precise temperature control brings increased comfort and system energy savingsThe range of Danfoss motorizedcontrol valves (MCV) for districtheating is applicable for use in water-and glycol-based heating and coolingsystems.Excellent control performance Control valves (seated and rotary) Electrical and thermal actuatorsDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 18
  19. 19. Benefits Motorized Control ValvesThe MCVs ensure stable and accuratecontrol of water. This in turn improvestemperature control, leading toenhanced comfort for the end-user. Easy to handle, easy to operate and easy to understand Quick and easy connection of actuator and valve is enabled by a threaded coupling Rotations after mounting External LED visualization and signaling save time and effort during installation and commissioningDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 19
  20. 20. AME 655 Motorized Control ValveThe electrical actuator AMV(E) 655can be controlled by electroniccontrollers with modulating or 3-pointcontrol output in heating, districtheating and cooling systems. Power supply: 24/230 V AC (50/60 Hz) Force: 2000 N / Stroke: 50 mm Speed (selectable): 3 or 6 s/mm Max. medium temperature: 200°CDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 20
  21. 21. Temperature controllersDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 21
  22. 22. Precise temperature control ensures system stability and room comfortDanfoss offers a complete range ofself- acting temperature controllers,which can be used as returntemperature limiters and DomesticHot Water controls. Temperature controllers Safety temperature controllers Flow-compensated temperture controllersDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 22
  23. 23. Benefits Temperature controllers Small and compact sensor design Pressure-relived valves Easy to set and read temperature settings Two temperature controllers operating one control valve Flow-compensated temperature controller for instantaneous DHW control in combination with high- performance plate heat exchanger Fast opening and closing performance Idle temperature control when there is no DHW consumptionDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 23
  24. 24. IHPT Temperature controllerState-of the art compensatedtemperature controller with built-indifferential pressure controller. kVS: 2.4, 3.0 m3/h DN 15 mm; PN 16 bar Setting range: 45... 65°C Temperature range: 2... 120°C Connections: UnionDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 24
  25. 25. Differential Pressure and Flow ControllersDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 25
  26. 26. Differential pressure and flow control provides hydronic balancing of the DH systemFor use in heating, district heatingand cooling systems, Danfoss offers acomprehensive range of self-acting,controllers, suitable for all types ofapplications.Main control functions: Differential pressure control Flow control and limitation Combination of differential pressure and flow control Combination of differential pressure, flow and temperature controlDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 26
  27. 27. Benefits Differential Pressure and Flow Controllers Reduces flow and heat loss in the network Increases pump performance Self-acting controls maintain constant differential pressure (∆p) across the control valve Prevents cavitation and reduces noise emission in the systemDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 27
  28. 28. AVQM – self-acting flow controller with integrated control valvePrimarily for use in district heatingsystems. The controller has a controlvalve with adjustable flow restrictor,a connection neck for electricalactuator and an actuator with onecontrol diaphragm. DN 15-50 mm; PN 16, 25 bar kVS: 0,4-25 m3/h Flow range: 0,015-15 m3/h Flow restrictor Δp: 0,2 bar Connections: Ext. thread (weld- on, thread and flange tailpieces), FlangeDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 28
  29. 29. JIPTM Ball ValvesDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 29
  30. 30. Perfect shut-off function ensures easy system maintenance and on/off regulationBall valves are the components thatprovide on/off regulation of thedistrict heating application. JIP™ Steel ball valves for building installation JIP™ Underground steel ball valves for pre-insulationDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 30
  31. 31. Benefits JIPTM Ball ValvesDanfoss offer a complete range ofsteel ball valves for any type ofheating or district heating application. Up to 30% energy saving and low operating costs No external leakage – extended lifetime No internal leakage during lifetime Always easy to operateDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 31
  32. 32. JIPTM Standard Ball ValvesJIP™ standard ball valves are used foron/off district heating system control.They are offered with flanged orflange/welded connections. ON/OFF valves Nominal diameter DN: 15-600 mm Temperature range: 0-180°C Nominal pressure PN: 16 / 25 / 40 bar Handle, worm gear or electric actuatorDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 32
  33. 33. Plate Heat ExchangersDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 33
  34. 34. Effective transfer of heat provides system efficiency and energy savingDanfoss produces the entire range ofboth brazed and gasketed plate heatexchangers for district heating andcooling applications. Brazed 1-pass MicroPlate™ heat exchanger Brazed 2-pass MicroPlate™ heat exchanger Gasketed heat exchangers (MicroPlate™ and Fishbone)Danfoss District Energy Division Date | 34
  35. 35. Benefits Plate Heat ExchangersDanfoss has developed a totally newplate design for its brazed heatexchangers called MPHE™– MicroPlate™ Heat Exchangers. Up to 10% enhanced heat transfer Up to 35% lower pressure loss MicroPlateTM Traditional Fishbones Longer life time Heat Exchangers With MicroPlate™ Heat Heat transfer efficiency Exchangers, you simply get:  Energy and cost savings  Better heat transfer  Lower pressure loss  More flexible design  Longer life timeDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 35
  36. 36. Brazed MPHETM Plate Heat ExchangersThe XB series is a range of copper-brazed plate heat exchangers for usein District Heating (DH) and DistrictCooling (DC) applications that offer acompact design and excellent heattransfer properties. Min. / max. temperature: -10°C / +180°C Max. working pressure: 25 bar Connection size DN (threaded or flanged): 20…100 mmDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 36
  37. 37. Gasketed Plate heat exchangers XGThe XG is a heat exchanger withgaskets and it has been developed foruse with district heating and coolingsystems. The heat exchangers can beopened for cleaning and forreplacement of plates and gaskets. .Main data: Min. temperature -10 °C Max. temperature +150 °C Max. working pressure 16 bar Circulation water / glycolic water up to 50% Connection size DN (thread or flanged) 25…125Danfoss District Energy Division Date | 37
  38. 38. Energy MetersDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 38
  39. 39. Monitoring of energy consumption provides better energy performanceEnergy meters make it easy to keeptrack of the energy performance ofany heating, district heating orcooling system. With the increasedfocus on energy saving and individualbilling according to consumption, thissystem improves customersatisfaction and retention. Ultrasonic flow sensor Calculator with integral hardware and software for measuring flow rate, temperature and energy consumption Pair of temperature sensorsDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 39
  40. 40. Benefits Energy Meters MID (EN 1434) class 2 approval Remote reading via M-Bus, L-Bus, RS 232, RS 485, Radio or optical interface Integrated Radio 868 MHz with Open Metering Standard (OMS) Individual remote reading (Automatic Meter Reading) with add-on modules Plug&Play 2 communication ports (e.g. M-Bus + M-Bus) Improved radio performance Dedicated district heating application telegramDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 40
  41. 41. SonometerTM 1100 Energy MetersThe SONOMETER™1100 is anultrasonic static compact energymeter especially designed forheating, cooling or com-binedheating/cooling application in localand district energy systems. Min. / max. temperature: -10°C / +180°C Max. working pressure: 25 bar Connection size DN (threaded or flanged): 20…100 mmDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 41
  42. 42. Component combinationsDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 42
  43. 43. Find the matching component combinationfor your application solutionWe cover all application areas, from a single family house to residential,commercial buildings and distribution stations. SINGLE FAMILY HOUSE RESIDENTIAL/COMMERCIAL CENTRAL/DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM BUILDING SYSTEM STATION SYSTEMDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 43
  44. 44. Single family house system LIGHT MEDIUM ADVANCED Small-to-medium sized systems, Medium sized systems, Large systems, Self-acting or Electronic DHW Electronic DHW, Electronic DHW, T < 120°C, dp < 4 bar T > 120°C, dp > 4 bar T > 120°C, dp > 4 bar Control Control Control Control COMPONENT LIST type type type type Weather compensation ECL110 ECL210 (or ECL310) ECL210 (or ECL310) ECL310 communication / monitoring - (ECL Portal or DECS2.0) (ECL Portal or DECS2.0) ECL Portal or DECS2.0 DHW T IHPT T,P IHPT T,P,Q AVQM / AMV 33 T VM 2 / AMV 33 Heating T VS2 / AMV 10 T,P,Q AHQM / AMV 10 T,P,Q AVQM / AMV 10 T VS 2 / AMV 10 Common P AVPL or AHP - - P,Q AVPQ Heat exchanger XB XB XB XB Ball valves - JIP WW JIP WW JIP WW T: Temperature control P: Differential pressure control Q: Flow limitation *: For PN25 adapter neededDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 44
  45. 45. Residential/commercial building system LIGHT MEDIUM ADVANCED Small-to-medium sized systems, Medium sized systems, Large systems, Self-acting or Electronic DHW Electronic DHW, Electronic DHW, T < 120°C, dp < 4 bar T > 120°C, dp > 4 bar T > 120°C, dp > 4 bar Control Control Control Control COMPONENT LIST type type type type Weather compensation ECL210 ECL210 (or ECL310) ECL310 ECL310 communication / monitoring - (ECL Portal or DECS2.0) ECL Portal or DECS2.0 ECL Portal or DECS2.0 DHW T AVT / VG 2 T VM 2 / AMV 33 T,P,Q AVQM / AMV 33 T VB 2 / AMV 33 Heating T VM 2 / AMV 20 T VM 2 / AMV 20 T,P,Q AVQM / AMV 20 T VFM 2 / AMV 655 Common P AVPL or AHP P AVP - P,Q VFQ 2 / AFPQ Heat exchanger XB and/or XG XB and/or XG XB and/or XG XB and/or XG Ball valves VFY JIP WW JIP FF JIP FF T: Temperature control P: Differential pressure control Q: Flow limitation *: For PN25 adapter neededDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 45
  46. 46. Central/Distribution station system LIGHT MEDIUM ADVANCED Small-to-medium sized systems, Medium sized systems, Large systems, Self-acting or Electronic DHW Electronic DHW, Electronic DHW, T < 120°C, dp < 4 bar T > 120°C, dp > 4 bar T > 120°C, dp > 4 bar Control Control Control Control COMPONENT LIST type type type type Weather compensation ECL 310 ECL 310 ECL310/ECL APEX 20 OPC, ECL Portal or OPC, ECL Portal or OPC, ECL Portal or communication / monitoring DECS2.0 DECS2.0 DECS2.0 DHW T VF2 / AMV 56 T,P,Q AFQM* / AME 658 T VFM 2 / AME 658 Heating T VF2 / AMV 55 T,P,Q AFQM* / AME 655 T VFM 2 / AME 655 Common P VFG2 / AFP - P,Q VFQ 2 / AFPQ or PCVPQ Heat exchanger XB and/or XG XB and/or XG XB and/or XG Ball valves JIP WW JIP FF JIP FF T: Temperature control P: Differential pressure control Q: Flow limitation *: For PN25 adapter neededDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 46
  47. 47. Danfoss as a supplier of your components for district heatingDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 47
  48. 48. Danfoss as a supplier of yourcomponents for district heatingWhen it comes to district heating,nobody does it better than Danfoss.What really sets us apart: Dedicated research and development teams In-house laboratories and highly- skilled engineers Full focus on perfection and control Highest level of quality and reliability Solutions and services that are fully tested and approvedDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 48
  49. 49. One supplier– multiple benefitsWe put all our experience, knowledgeand research into every componentthat leaves our production sites.Danfoss as sole provider: One less order to place One less delivery to manage Improves your performance Reduces your overall costs Full service wherever you areDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 49
  50. 50. The results are clear: OneDanfoss provides: Industry leading products Industry leading solutions Supplier to ask More than 75 years of experience Industry leading services within energy efficiency and application optimization guarantees you a strong partner and state-of-the-art solutions.All fully tested and approved Districtenergy.danfoss.comDanfoss District Energy Division Date | 50

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